Tuesday, May 7 (Day D)

MATH:

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 30 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • This week I am conferencing with students concerning their Wax Museum pose, costume, and props. Students should have memorized by now their Catchy Beginning, Childhood, and Adult Years and working on adding Older Years and Wrap-up. The speech in its entirety should be memorized by Friday.
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech). Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Students received a U.S. study guide (4-O today; 4-G tomorrow); quiz (4-O Monday, 4-G Tuesday)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • Early Dismissal–Friday (1:30 pm)
  • 4th grade Harvest Day is Friday, May 31 from 2:00-3:00pm. If you would like to volunteer go to the following website to sign up: 
    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c4bacaa2cabf85-harvest
  • There is a Penn Manor field trip permission paper in today’s WWE. Please complete and return by Friday, May 10.
  • Not all students have submitted their money—please send in ASAP. Chaperones please send in your money as well ($14) Thank you:)
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Thursday, May 16
  • Book return–May 14
  • Olympic Day, May 9-students are to wear sneakers (no cleats). PTO will have water for students, so no water bottles are needed.

Monday, May 6 (Day C)

MATH:

  • Use your corrected practice test as your study guide for tomorrow’s chapter 14 geometry test.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 30 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • This week I am conferencing with students concerning their Wax Museum pose, costume, and props. Students should have memorized by now their Catchy Beginning, Childhood, and Adult Years and working on adding Older Years and Wrap-up. The speech in its entirety should be memorized by Friday.
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech). Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • 4th grade Harvest Day is Friday, May 31 from 2:00-3:00pm. If you would like to volunteer go to the following website to sign up:
    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c4bacaa2cabf85-harvest
  • There is a Penn Manor field trip permission paper in today’s WWE. Please complete and return by Friday, May 10.
  • Not all students have submitted their money—please send in ASAP. Chaperones please send in your money as well ($14) Thank you:)
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–ends May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book return–May 14
  • Olympic Day, May 9-students are to wear sneakers (no cleats). PTO will have water for students, so no water bottles are needed.

Friday, May 3 (Day B)

MATH:

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech).Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Five U.S. regions quiz –use study guide map (4-O Friday; 4-G Monday)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • This coming Monday, there will be a Penn Manor field trip permission paper. It is due by Friday, May 10.
  • Student field trip money ($6) was due today. Not all students have submitted their money—please send in by Monday. Chaperones please send in your money as well ($14) Thank you:)
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–ends May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book return–May 14
  • Olympic Day, May 9-students are to wear sneakers (no cleats). PTO will have water for students, so no water bottles are needed.

Thursday, May 2 (Day A)

MATH:

  • Students have their corrected chapter 13 practice test (study guide) to prepare for the area and perimeter test tomorrow.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech).Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Five U.S. regions quiz –use study guide map (4-O Friday; 4-G Monday)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • This coming Monday, there will be a Penn Manor field trip permission paper. It is due by Friday, May 10.
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–ends May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book return–May 14
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Wednesday, May 1 (Day D)

MATH:

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech).Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Five U.S. regions –use study guide map (4-O Friday; 4-G Monday)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • This coming Monday, there will be a Penn Manor field trip permission paper. It is due by Friday, May 10.
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–ends May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Tuesday, April 30 (Day C)

MATH:

  • Students have their corrected chapter 12 practice test (study guide) to prepare for the metric test tomorrow.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The dress rehearsal for the Wax Museum will be Tuesday, May 14. The students will dress in their costumes and present their speeches to the class—they will be graded (speech presentation, costume/props, and written speech). Memorizing a speech takes time and practice. We will start to memorize our Wax Museum speeches this week. At school the students will be taught the fine art of speech memorization—starting small and adding a little at a time. Students will practice with partners at school, but MUST also practice at home. To create a costume, items borrowed or found around the house can be used. Good Will at Kendig Square is also a good resource if need be. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • This coming Monday, there will be a Penn Manor field trip permission paper. It is due by Friday, May 10.
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • We have applications for any student who would like a library card . The library will deliver the cards to Conestoga and then we will make sure students receive them before summer. Completed applications are due to the office by April 30.
  • Science PSSA testing will be TOMORROW . Getting enough sleep the night before, eating a good breakfast, and arriving at school on time are important to help your child be at his/her best. Students are permitted gum and hard candy during testing. Please do not send any unnecessary electronics. We appreciate your support as we prepare for these tests.
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–ends May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Monday, April 29 (Day B)

MATH:

  • With math PSSA testing completed, we will review the previously taught four chapters, complete a practice test for each and then take the test.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • Students’ final Wax Museum draft is due TOMORROW morning. Students will then be instructed on the fine art of memorization. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.
  • There is a purple half sheet in today’s WWE with information concerning the upcoming Wax Museum Dress Rehearsal.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • We have applications for any student who would like a library card . The library will deliver the cards to Conestoga and then we will make sure students receive them before summer. Completed applications are due to the office by April 30.
  • Science PSSA testing will be TOMORROW and Wednesday. Getting enough sleep the night before, eating a good breakfast, and arriving at school on time are important to help your child be at his/her best. Students are permitted gum and hard candy during testing. Please do not send any unnecessary electronics. We appreciate your support as we prepare for these tests.
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–begins April 16 through May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Friday, April 26 (Day A)

MATH:

  • With math PSSA testing completed, we will review the previously taught four chapters, complete a practice test for each and then take the test. Today we reviewed chapter 11 U.S. Customary Measurement. Students have their corrected practice test as a study guide. Chapter 11 test–Monday.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 29 (sight words, r-controlled vowel words, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • Students’ final Wax Museum draft is due Tuesday. Students will then be instructed on the fine art of memorization. Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • We have applications for any student who would like a library card . The library will deliver the cards to Conestoga and then we will make sure students receive them before summer. Completed applications are due to the office by April 30.
  • Science PSSA testing will be Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Getting enough sleep the night before, eating a good breakfast, and arriving at school on time are important to help your child be at his/her best. Students are permitted gum and hard candy during testing. Please do not send any unnecessary electronics. We appreciate your support as we prepare for these tests.
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–begins April 16 through May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Thursday, April 25 (Day D)

MATH:

  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The completed Wax Museum outline paper is due this TOMORROW. The outline is to be life highlights and written in first person. Students are to use their chapter book, additional information sheet(s) I gave them, as well as any internet searches needed to complete this assignment. The Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • Field trip chaperone slips are due this Friday.Thanks
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • We have applications for any student who would like a library card . The library will deliver the cards to Conestoga and then we will make sure students receive them before summer. Completed applications are due to the office by April 30.
  • Science PSSA testing will be Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Getting enough sleep the night before, eating a good breakfast, and arriving at school on time are important to help your child be at his/her best. Students are permitted gum and hard candy during testing. Please do not send any unnecessary electronics. We appreciate your support as we prepare for these tests.
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–begins April 16 through May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga

Wednesday, April 24 (Day C)

MATH:

  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Due to PSSA testing, spelling is suspended for two weeks.

WRITING:

  • DLR 22-Monday
  • The completed Wax Museum outline paper is due this Friday. The outline is to be life highlights and written in first person. Students are to use their chapter book, additional information sheet(s) I gave them, as well as any internet searches needed to complete this assignment. The Wax Museum event will be held May 17 with two showings: 10:30-11:00 and 2:00-2:30.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday.
  • Field trip chaperone slips are due this Friday.Thanks
  • Student field trip money ($6) is due by Friday, May 3
  • We have applications for any student who would like a library card . The library will deliver the cards to Conestoga and then we will make sure students receive them before summer. Completed applications are due to the office by April 30.
  • Math PSSA testing is again tomorrow. Getting enough sleep the night before, eating a good breakfast, and arriving at school on time are important to help your child be at his/her best. Students are permitted gum and hard candy during testing. Please do not send any unnecessary electronics. We appreciate your support as we prepare for these tests.
  • Wax Museum–Friday, May 17 (showings: 10:30-11:00 am & 2:00-2:30 pm)
  • Recess Running Club (Tuesday and Thursday)–begins April 16 through May 7
  • Music lessons with Miss Almoney–Monday, May 6
  • Book exchange–Thursday, May 2
  • Volunteer sign up for Field Day, May 9 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084caca92aa02-conestoga